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    March 23

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 CBC workers to get pay increase 

ALEX DOWNES, alexdownes@nationnews.com

Added 02 November 2018


Sir Roy Trotman giving an update on to the media in the presence of shop steward Kent Jerson (Picture by Alex Downes)

Staff at the state-owned Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) will get the 5% wage increase after all.

 Consultant to the Barbados Workers Union (BWU) Sir Roy Trotman made the announcement following a four- hour-long meeting at the CBC today.

Trotman also stated that Government agreed to give workers four increments. Meanwhile he said a meeting will be held on Monday to further discuss lay offs. (AD) 

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